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VOL XI."-THISD SERIES
SALISBURY. H. Co! NOVEMBER 9, 1882.
Tlie Carolina Watchman,
ESTABLISHED IX THE YEAH 1832.
fit . ,A tv . Tur .
remedies are rapidly!
coliquenng s specific, and old fashioned j
iilliia in regard to depletion as a means oil
Ictfe, havefbeen quite exploded by thj
excess of the great renovant which tones J
th 8T8temj tranquilizes-the nefves, neu-i
trllizts malaria, depurates aftd enriches i
thl blood,- fsouses the liver when dormant,
aril promotes a regular habit of bbdy. ; j
!"!lf or sale 6y all TJrugeists and Dealer
:L: hofnra th advance Of UL1 3 i
J. RirojiEs BKOW'E, TreS't. Wm. C. CO ART, SeCy.
i I ; . 1 ,.
Tcrn pojicifs written on Due
iVcfiviums 4VyM)le Qne-Ualf calsh and bal
nee hi twclvf months.
J. ALLEN BEOWN, A?t.,
SCHOOIi SUPPLIES !
K 3 F .
llilllX OF TOUT EI.
A (FTLKM ANi who su Hered for1.
Ik.XetvouH DjKUirnTY. Prematie
snaauiheetlectfjol youthlul imlisbretion, will
for the fake of guttering: hunianitvJ
i rect ion ftr
ill wholneed It, the recipe and d
making! t!ie siTnpie remedy bv m
ticli he was
ucred. ibuttertfrsjwisliiiic'fo nmfii l the ad
. -v j " miiiii 10 jjioul uj lite au
ertiserl expeHeitoe c:n do ho bv atdreRin;;n
erfect tonlidehi-p. -JOHN 1). 00 DEN,!
TN lIK PKIOKH OF
Monim3!its and Grave-Stones cf
tally :fnjvitq the public generally
I edi t
js'peetSjn of1 niv Stock and Work.
I feel jiWtitiWi hi aWrting that iny past
ii v. .
'c u ruler ljvst-class wbrkmeu ih
pewest and modern HtyU-s, and
yorki;tnsiip is cquaf to any ol
itrte country. I di) not say
korkis superior to allj others. 1
liable.1 will not i'nciri'hil in nr.
w tacfcoinvdish a sale. My endeavor is
to pleiseand give each customer the val-'
-ne of yty dollar they leave with me.
lPEIC35 fo 50 Per Cent CHEAPER.
tll'U eerovied in this town before.
Je tfrsend for price list and do-.
. wgii8.f S;iisiatiou guarant'd or no charge.
: The-eictioliof nrarlde is thilast work
f respeci whfch we pay to the meinory
f -. t v John s. nuTcninsoK.
SaliAiliVSrc., Nov. 1, 1881.
-Tliqfiru, of H. It. CiMWFomi & Co. is
tins day tssolvcd by mutul co nsent.
I retont myincere thanks to a generous
public ibrjthc' liberal patronage) bestowed
"P" Hie purine tlie last 171 years, and rc
jpectrullyaskiall persons indebted to the
-Jum to cal at once and make settlement.
Hie DujTmcsslwill be continued by my
lormcr paftneftj Samuel Taylor and W. S.
.iackanert and I sak for them the same lib-
pauopage bestowed upon the old firm.
eiier my 1 splendid
sale, nrivafi'Iv; ' :t
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K. K. CRAWFORD.
HI CELEBRATED J
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The icril of the Hour."
Judge Jere a. islaek on the Monopolies ana i tare 19 scarcely better on. 1 ue iarnicr cf nil I road knew j engineer Charlie
the lHty of Citizens. ? j i j viho tills bis own acres can make bat the Gordon, and everybody Jikcd him.
J ; f barest living. The carrying trade of the Jt is a universal regret with his many
""Uon .Jere S. Mack has addressed a long I world lias passed away from ,04 into tho friends to learn that he is no more
nntl limrly letter to the editor of JustiesY bands of onr great rival, simply because . Friday morning yliile on duty his
on certain, aspects of the political situa-i oar preposterous legislation will not per- ; engine broke through a trestles near
tiou. JJe wiitcs: j 1 n8 to snPa abroad or bnild them j AlexanderVand!hej was caught in the
The monopoly dragon has tnany heads at home without paying a tax on tlie ma- machinery am! fse!iro he could be re
and a power of multiplied re-production. tcrial which enhances their cost; and by J llevcd w; r Im.llyjbmlsed and scald
Every wiero and at all times the rights f j reason of this that is to say, from sheer ed ; that leatli iusnel abut 7 P. M.
juopertf have suflticd from its frightful f inability to carry it or get it carried by He has tn-fu on the road for many
depicdakions. In this country the de
vices are innumerable by which it appro
priates t!o itself ther earnings 0f labor, the
products of land and the profits of legiti
mate commerce, without
except vptat it gets by coiTupt legislation
and the favor of a vicious govfernment. !
Whatjmakes it most formidable , is tho
high cliaracterof the men who support it
and tho j good faith in wliich they act.
Monopolists never feel a doubt about tho
righteousness of the system which bnilds
up theii' colossal .fortunes. How they
manage jlheir conciences I do jjnot "knov,
and they themselves aie not able to tell ;
but they do it 6uccesssfnlljr. 1 have
kiiown hundreds of large manufacturers
wlio got-their labor at starvation wages
and sok the products in a monopolized
market, it double price; and all of them
with onlb single exception, blessed tho
tnriir wjhich protected them i-the prac
tice of t
leir double extortion. Gov. Stan
California, is a perfectly honest
man, but he believes that the pile of un
counted! millions which ho has won by
desolatijig the land and scourging the
industry of the country with his railroad
monopoly is as justly acquireJd as if he
had eariied it by the sweat Of his face.
iMoreover, he has imblicly iftvowtd his
conviction that the great highway be
tween t ie oceans, built and equipped at
the public expense by public authority
forthe tublic use, benefit aut behoof, is
the privjate property of himself and asso
ciates, 5j-lio are appointed to j lnanage-lt
as agens of the public ; and lie will ac
knowledge no right of tho public which
may ojifliet witli his proprietary
doininuii. And to this doctrine
other good men with similar inter
ests de outedly sayr Amen ! They do
not see what is -palpably plaui-to- impar
tial persons that an Admiral of tho mi
vy might as well claim to be the owner
of the fleet he com ma'nds am ne it to
levy foil Ids private chest "its much as
tho traffic will bear" upon all- the com
merce of the seas. j
faith in the moral and' legal good-
their cause makes monopolists
active aind gives them a powerful influ-
ence. fhey are veiy sincere respectful, Imports can get their toddy ma btate
greedyJiicli, strong and unscrupulous iul where there is no prohibition but strict
the usq of their strength. They have
modes of operation which you can neither
adopt nor counteract. The popular in
snrrection which threatens to defeat them
at the coining elections may cripple but
will not kill tlem. They vhll reassert
their control over your representatives
as boldly as ever ; and how Successfully
you ma jjudge from what hah happeuejd
in Pennsylvania. Our Constitution d
clares tlat railroads and canals are pub
lic highway, devotes them to I the use of
.... 1 . . t
nil tlie people upon equal terms, forbids
all iminier of fraud and favoriteisni, all
extortiop, all oppressive exac'tiousaud all
discriminations between persons or
places, p then expressly coiulmanda that
the Geujeral Assembly shall carry these
provisiojna into effect by appropriate lepj
islation We elect our legislators, and
regularly swear them not merely to sup
port bu to obeytho Constitution. Nev
ertheless, arguments which monopoly oii
ly know& to use have convinced them that
this pai of the Constitution Ought to be
treated jjwith silent disregard; and tlie
abuses rf railroad power not only go on,
but get worse- and worse. !
Tho actual consequences resulting to
the country from the measures of tlie
monopolists have not, I think, been truljy
represented or properly considered, for
many yfars past all legislation has been
partial o large capitalists and correspon
dingly ijnjurious to land and labor. To
what pernicious extent this system has
been ca jricd I need not say, for it is seen
and knoiwii of -all men. It jcauliotr and
will not come to good. Artificial regu
lations f that character haveiiever, since
the begjnning of the world, nad any ef
fect but; a bad one oh the general condi
tion of the society that tried them. Botl
the monopolists insist tlratfthey have
changet the nature of thingsaud enrich
ed tho niasses of tlie people by the sinj
lle process of filching froni them the
fruits o their toil. They loudly cry out
that the whole country is in a boundless
prosperity.- They get the brag inserted
in political platforms wherevtr they can
and thunder it from, every sump on which
they are permitted to speak. But it is
false, piey themselves are, indeed, su-
peraburidautly rich; nud, invested as
they arf with the privilege of) plundering
their fellow-citizens, why Should they
not be rich t But for every j millionaire
they hajve made a ihousan'd paupers;
The relations between workmen and em-
pbyprsay neverbeeu so uhsatisfactc-
' tV lift UniV. ' T .1 1 mvul'O tA MkwkirYtiii4t
i " . VI O . 4iA V VVU1 'IUIUAUq
-everywhere of inadeouate wares. and the
finiiil-Miif ia ri...
wu. V . O 11 UU 111L11UUL ttllllllL. 1111?
law ought to secure them a living rate of
compcnibliouj but capital has got labor !
not suffer any
the nearest way we ha.ve lost w hat was
and what should be now, the richest por
tion of onr foreign commerce. Is all this
loss and suffering of the industrious class
es to be ignored t j -
If we estimate the prosperity of a coun
try only by the o yergrown ' fortunes of
individuals specially favored by the law,
then Ireland is prosperous as well as
America j for there, asJiere, the legal
machinery is in perfect, order, which
makes the rich richer, while it grinds the
poor down idto deeper poverty. But
there, as here, the lines of Goldsmith are
ever true and ever wise
Hard fares the State, to hastening ills a prey,
Wbere wealtlaccumulates and men decay.
Rev. Howard Crosby says be has voted
the Republicans ticket because he be
lieved it represents virtue and political
wisdom, am a democrat, with senti
ineiits of unspeakable reverence for tho
founders of that party aud strong
attachment to the true aud good
men who, in later years, struggled 60
faithfully, against fearful odds, for .personal-liberty
aud the right of local self
government. But I am a Democrat ac
cording to my own definition of Democ
racy, which is this : The common sense
and common honesty of" a. free people ap
plied within constitutional limits to the
making and administration of the laws.
I trust I am as ready as Mr. Crosby to
denounce any political organization,
whether it be his oi" mine, which goes in
ojr mine, wl
lip with tl
to open partnership: with the nnprinci-
pled firm called by him "Monopoly,
Greed, Trickery & Co." -Yours
; J. S. Black.
York, Pa., Oct. '21, 1862.
Kansas City is a peculiar place, afford
ing facilities for gambling and drinking
that are unsurpassed in any other com
munity. The State line between Mis
souri and Kansas passes through it, and
quite a slice of the city lis in Kansas,
where, there being no gambling law,
nine faro banks are flourishing, but no
liquor can bo bought there. .Inst the re
verse iu the Missoti section ; so that the
gambliug laws, while a short walk will
take them into Kansas, where there are
no gambling laws but strict prohibition
A4Vienua paper states that it has re
cently been discovered that an excellent
substitute for mecrshaum has been found
iu the common potato. It also answers
many of the purposes for wliich ivory has
been, employed. The potato must bo
peeled, the eyes extracted and boiled iu
sulphuric acid aud ; water without inter
mission for 30 hours, and then put in a
powerful press aud every particle of j wa
ter forced out. It is then ready to be used
for a great variety of ornamental pur
poses. Among the schemes on foot to defeat
Robbins there is one to hare it announ
ced at every polling place on election day
that Dr. Cook, the iudeiicndent Radical
candidate, has withdrawn. This is to be
done with the hope, of courss, that Cook's
vote will, go to York, but the trick has
been- exposed, and unless Cook should
change his mind, antTreally withdraw.
Dr. York will be badly defeated. Char.
in India (10,000 families
A Kentucky woman sues for divorce
on the ground that her husband lacks
"Impressibility of soul affinity."
Who blesses others in his daily deeds, f
Will find the healing that his spirit needs;
For every flower; iu others pathway
Confers its; fragrant beauty on our own.
"Never sacrifice a right principle to
r obtain a favor. The cost is too great. If
you can not secure what is right aud
needful for you by square and manly con
duct, better do without it by all odds.
A littleself-deuial is better than dishon
Quite a discovery has been made by
some miners digging for gold up in Brit
ish Columbia. They found a Chinese coin
three thousand years old, stowed away
suugly, where doubtless it had been left
by Chinese mariners wrecked on the
coast there before the historic period.
t The rumor that ' the Princess Louise
aud her husband are to visit New York
on their return from the Pacific coast has
thrown New York society into a pleasing
commotion. It is said: that some ladies
have resumed dancing lessons in order
to learn, the principles aud drill! of
presentation at court according to the
English ceremonial. s
by the throat and will
thing to be done for its
Killed at His !Posr,For many
years past everybody along this line
years, and lius lccn!ij several severe
accidents,; but wyjs aiUvaysjregarded as
a very salo and earelul engineer. He
leaves a tni, wim lis engineer on a
material train, a wife and several
daughters to nioiuiilhisjujtimely and
sad death. CaptiGurdjin Was a mem
ber of the Ktiiht. of Honor and had
his life iiiMirei I for 2,000 iif an Ac
cident IuMiraiiie Gonijmiiy.-PtecfwionJ
see in f
never oohie singly, j Early the same
morniiig that Mr. Chales Gordon was
killed Mr. Antiier ran Ms engine into
the sdtaiMy ear of conductor James
Moore's iitiglil train tore the ca
boose into splinters: and bursted up
the entire front eiut of the. engine.
The accident was caused on account of
thtrdense log which; prevailed along
tlie Swaiuianoa river. Capt. Moore
narrowly escaped behig killed. Just
about the time the engine struck the
shanty he jumped out thus saving
his life. Piedyiont Press.
Biggest Things on Karlh.
The highest range of mountains is
the Himalayas, the mean elevation;
being estimated at from 1G,000 to
The loftiest mountain is Mount;
Everest; or Guarisauker, of the Hi
malaya range,, having an elevation of
20,002 feet above the level. ;j
The largest city in the world is
London. Its population numbers
3,020,771 souls. New York, with a
population of about 1,200,000, comes
fifth in the list of great cities.
The largest theatre is the new
Opera House in Paris. It covers
nearly three acres of ground. Its
cubic mass is 4,287,000 feef. It cost
about 1000,0000,000 francs.
The largest suspension bridge will
be the one now building between
New York city and Brooklyn. The
length of the main span is 1,595 feet
six inches; the entire length of the
bridge 5,989 feet. x
The loftiest active volcano is Popo
catepetl "smoking mountain1' thirty-five
miles southwest of Puebla,
Mexico. It is 17,784 feet above the
sea level, and has; a crater three
miles in circumference and 1,000 feet
The largest island in the world,
which is also regarded as a continent,
is Australia. It is 2,500 miles in
length from east to west, and meas
ures 1,950 miles from north to south.
Its aera is 2,984,287 square miles. .
The longest span of wire in the
world is used for a telegraph in In
dia over the river Kislnah, between
Bezorah and Sectanugrum.It is more
than G,000 feet long, and is stretch
ed bet ween two hills, each of which is
1,200 feet high.
The largest ship iu the world is
the Great Eastern.;, She is 680 feet
long, 83 feet broad and 60 feet deep,
being 22,627 tons builder's, 18,915
gross and 13,344 nfet register. She
was built at Mill wall, on the Thames,
and was launched January 31, 1857,
The largest university is Oxford in
England, iu the city of the same
name, fifty-five miles from London,
It consists of twenty-oil colleges and
five halls. Oxford was a seatjof learn
ing as early as the time of Edward
the Confessor. ! University college
claims to have been founded by
The largest body of fresh water ou
the globe is Lake superior, 400 miles
long, 160 miles wide at its greatest
breadth, and having an aj-ea of 32,000
square miles. Its mean depth is about
900 feet, and its greatest depth about
200fathoms. Its isurfaee is about
635 feet above the level of the sea. j
The biggest cavern is the Mam
moth cave, in Edmondson county,
Ky. It is near Green river, sijc
miles from Cave city, and about
twenty-eight miles; from Bowling
Green. The cave consists of a suc
cession of irregular chambers, some of
which are large, situated on differ
ent levels. Some of these are travers
ed by navigable branches of the sub
terranean Echo fiver. Blind fish are
found in its waters, j
The highest monolith is the obelisk
at Kuraak, in Egypt. Kanark is ou
the east bank of the Nile, near Luuor
aud occupies a part of the site of an
cient Thebes. The obelisk is ascribed
to Hatasu, sister of Pharoah Thothmes
III J. who reigned about luUU is. Ks.
The i whole length , is its iecr,
weight 400 tons. Its height without
pedestal is 108 feet ten inches. The
height of the obelisk in Central Park
without pedestal is jsixty-eiguV feet
eleven inches, its weight about 168
tous. . "
The longest tunnel! in the world is
that of St. Gothard,! on the line of
railroad between Lucerne and lilan.
The summit of the tunnel is 990 feet
below the surface at A ndermhltt, and
6f600 feet beneath the peak of Castle
horn, of tho St. Gothard grou pi The
tunnel is twenty-six j feet wid and
njnetecn feet 10 inches from tlie floor
to the crown of the arched rooft It is
nine and one-third miles lomrnnd
five-eighths mile longerthau Mt. Cenis
tunnel. . i j v-
jThe biggest trees in thevorld are
the mammoth trees, of California.
One of a groytr inJTulare Ouinty
according to measurement niade fy
members of the State Geological Sur
vey, was shown to be 276 feet pn cir
cijnference at base, and 76 feet at a
pdint 12 feet above tlie ground.j Some
of the trees are376 feet high nd 34
feet in diameter. Some of the largest
that have been felled, indicate an age
of from 2,000 to 2,500 years, j
The largest inland! sea is the Cas
pian, lying between Europe and Asia.
Its greatest length is 760 miles, Its
greatest breadth 270 miles, and its
area 180,000 square miles. Great Salt
Lake, in Utah, which may prpperly
be termed an inland sea, is iabont
nijnety miles long, and has a varying
broad th of from twenty to thirty-five
miles. Its surface is 4.200 feet jabove
the level of the sea, whereas tlie' sur
face of the Caspian is eighty-foUr leit
below the ocean level.
! Every person s lould know how to
ascertain the state of the pdlse in
health, and then by comparing it
when ailing they. may frm some idea
of the urgency of their case. Au in
fant's pulse is one hundred and forty;
alchild of seven, about eighty ; and
from the ages of twenty to sixty years
about seventy, declining to sixty at
fourscore. A healthy person 'si pulse
beats seventy times a minute, and there
mpay be good health when the pulse
beats as slow as sixty ; but if the pulse
always exceeds seventy there ti some
disease iu the system, and the machin
ery of the body is wearing itself out,
as in consumption, when the pulse is
quick, gradually increasing with de
creased chances oi'cure, until it teach
es one hundred apd teii or one hund
red and twenty, which is certain death.
When the pulse is , over seveirty for
months ami there! is a slight C'ugh,
the lungs are affected. There are,
however, peculiar constitutions iu
which the pulse may be over seventy
and yet the person be iu excellent
Sunshine. Many a child! goes
astray, not because there is a want of
prayer or virtue at home, but simply
because home lacks sunshine. 4- child
needs smiles as much as flowers need
sunbeams. Children look little be
yong the present moment. If thing
please they are apt to seek it ; if it
displease they are prone to avoid it.
If home is the place where faces are
sour and words harsh, and fault-finding
is ever in the ascendant, they will
spend as manj hours as possible. else
where. Let every father and mother,
then, try to be happy. Let theni look
happy. Let them talk to their chil
dren, especially the little ones, in such
aiway as to make them happy. j
! Dr. Cook is still on the trade as an
independent candidate for Congress.
He kpoke here on Thursday knight,
andjpoured hot shot into the revenue
bosses. I Fin, sentinel.
j We must not only loveiour children
in their childishness and in spite it,
but we must show that we love them,
or their tender hearts, weary of being
hurt, will close to us and open else
! Bacon that used to sell iu the South
for from five to eight'ceiils pr pound
is now worth from fourteen to seven
teW-cents per pound. Cotton has de
preciated largely, and it does rot pay
to raise cotton to bin' pork with. The
Southern fanners are beginning to
find this out.
' It is said that bunches of violets
laid awny when fresh iu the pockets
of- si eaves of dresses impart a mom
pleasing perfume than auy liquid pre
naration from the flowers. They need
to be gathered when externally dry,
and removed when themselves scent
less. The Empress Josephine's bou
doir is impregnated to this day with
tle odor from the quantities ojf these
favorite blossoms supptieu constantly
while she occupied it.
I Prof. Boss, of the Dudley Observa
tory, at Albany, says the comet was
16 000,000 miles from the sun Sep
tember 17, and 20,000,000 on the 21st.
(jn the former date it was 103,000,000
niile from the earth, and on the lat
ter 107,000,000. It is thus: going
way both from the sun and the earth.
It is plainly visible ih the early mor
rrin" iu the Eastern sky, and is, beau
tifully brilliant. s .
I II iltlfln ff i Un r AN 1 ;
Js iLwv rJUijiui- iciunui it n i i ni :
KLUTTZ k MDLE1I: . h
LEADING DEALERS IX, DRY
Large Assortment of Ladies' Cloaks and 8hwi ,
h LADIES' HATS AND TRIHBIIN6S
BOOTS AND SHOES A SPECIALTY. AVc keep tho best made. !
AGENTS FOR COATS' SPOOCOTTON. New .apply of 5 cent Tin Ware, 1
Pull stock of Glass and Table Ware.
CTiBUffi' ?iCc?' PotatCd Fruits. Pure Ird. 7
Corn, Dran, Meal, New Orleans ; Molasses and Svrups, &c. Full assortment of Familj
Jlcdicines Including Quinine. '
One and three-fourth lbs. Cotton Sacking at 9 Cents, new Ties
l 1-75 Per bundle. Three lb. Cans Tomatoes nt 15 cents -OVER-COATS
t $2.GO. 33ct 16 ot7j3Bx.. f
S veryfop T
W" W -IWS. I SALESMEN.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO,
Manufactured by the Pacific Guano
The largest Guano Co., in the U. S.
The oldest and most reliable brand
The most popular Fertilizer, its sales! being theianicst
On aVerage soils no Fertilizer produces better results.
It is in fine drillingcondition and
The same planters continue' to use
DT A PVMim o ;m a vt nn t
AS WELL AS THE INTEREST OF
R. R. Crawford, of the firm of
R. R. CRAWFORD & GO.,
Wo are nowpreparcd to supply our
customers with all kiuds of
In add i tiou to the
Best Selected Stock of
II A It D W A HE in the
We also handle
JRifle and Blasting Powder
and a full line of Mining Supplies.
Duplicate Any Prices in
CALL AND SEE US.
Oct. 5, 1832.
Notice to Creditors.
All Persons having claims against the
estate of Zacbariah Lyerly, dee'd, are here
by notified to exhibit the same to the un
dersigned on or lefore the 20th day of Oe
totieA883, or this notice will be pleaded
in -bar of their recovery.
l:4t pU TOBIAS LYERLY, Exr.
GOODS AND GROCERIES-!
HEN'S HATS MD CAPS.
Co. Capital $1,000,000.
prepared for immediate use.
it year after year. - .
J. ALLEN BROWN.
the north state
LIFE AM) NUPTIAL
SALISBURY NORTH CAROLINA.
Chartered under the Laws of North
FROM $1,000 TO $5,000,
J. D. McKEELY : 1'ilesldent.
W'. T. LIXTUN,.-.Vtcc-:,res,taad Geu 1 Manager.
JAMES M. OKAY f. .Sijcreiiirr.
i. SAMUEL McCUBKlNS, ...Treasurer.
Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD. McUul Director.
lion. J. 8. 1IE.NDEKSOS , ...Wl Adviser.
Refer to the Bank and business men of
Salisbury. Reliable, energetic local and
traveling agents wjuntcd everywhere. !
For plnus, tcrijis to ageirts, blanksnd
any information Whatever, ADDRESS
JAMES M. GRAY f
td$ Wc are Agents for all the bent
companies iu the United Stated, and will
be glad to take applications in any that we
can recommend, and will will not recom
mend of a wild-cat character. Apply &t
our office, or to the! Secretary.
Ml THE WHEAT CIlE
ALLISON & ADDISON'S
Combines the tictiritif of Pcrnr'um Gntin
wo irith the utrouy and lasting effects of Ah
imal JUones. 1 '
It is prewired under our personal, super-' r
rixion, ami is made of the best materials '
contains no shoddy or other inferior an-.
It is Fine, Dry and in Excel-"
lent Condition for Drilling.
L This Fertilizer fias Veen in use ttcelrfi
years, and has qaiikcd a reputation for ex
cellence second to none. NDA 1LD .
II CAMOT BE SURPASSED!
Allison & Addison, x
Manufacturers, I lihhinoudt Va. ,
"'"j rOK SALE VY
J. ALLEN BROVII,
J SalUbury, N. C.f
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li. M.. RosRBOtro, Third Creek Bh
lion, X. C, anil by Agents ut all impo? J'
taint )MinM throughout tlie whe.it gro
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